Welcome to Canada Makes

Canada's Premier Additive Manufacturing Network

Canada Makes is a network of private, public, academic, and non-profit entities dedicated to promoting the adoption and development of advanced and additive manufacturing (AM) in Canada. It is an enabler and accelerator of AM-adoption in Canada. The network covers a broad range of additive manufacturing technologies including 3D printing; reverse engineering 3D imaging; medical implants and replacement human tissue; metallic 3D printing and more.

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Latest News in Canadian AM

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Canada Makes @ Formnext 2022 // Interview with Voltera

November 24, 2022

Canada Makes @ Formnext 2022 // Interview with Voltera

Canada Makes @ Formnext 2022 // Interview with Dyze Design

November 24, 2022

Canada Makes @ Formnext 2022 // Interview with Dyze Design

Canada Makes @ Formnext 2022 // Interview with Polyga Inc.

November 24, 2022

Canada Makes @ Formnext 2022 // Interview with Polyga Inc.

Events

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1Mar

Design-2-Part Show Texas

What is it?: The Design-2-Part Show is the most efficient place to meet high-quality American suppliers of custom parts, stock parts, and manufacturing...

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19Mar

AMUG - Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference

What is it?: A conference for users, by users.  AMUG brings together engineers, designers, managers, and educators from around the world to share expertise, challenges, and...

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Case Studies

Latest Case Studies

Canada Makes // Special Report from Formnext 2022

January 24, 2023

Canada Makes // Special Report from Formnext 2022

Orthopaedic Innovation Centre - Drug-Eluting Additively Manufactured Materials & Device, Case Study

August 26, 2022

Orthopaedic Innovation Centre - Drug-Eluting Additively Manufactured Materials & Device, Case Study

Case Study: Why the Canadian Space Agency Chose 3D Printing

July 26, 2022

Case Study: Why the Canadian Space Agency Chose 3D Printing